Ogando allowed an unearned run on a Rene Rivera single in the second inning. He was charged with one unearned run on five hits and no walks while striking out one over three innings pitched. He is now 1-1 with a 3.60 ERA and 1.80 WHIP through two appearances this spring.
"My arm feels better than it did a week ago when I started throwing breaking balls," said Billingsley. "I think throwing harder has helped me get extension and loosened up the flexor muscles."
Profar has been limited to DH duties this spring because of shoulder tendinitis. He went 2 for 4 with a grand slam against the Padres on Thursday. He is hitting .333 (6 for 18) with five RBI this spring.
Gentry has been sidelined for approximately two weeks with a lower back strain. The A's are taking a cautious approach with his recovery in the spring. No clear timetable has been established for his return.
"Once we get him out on a field, we'll see how many at-bats we can get him," Melvin said. "To an extent, a lot of it has to do with how he feels, first physically, and then at the plate. We want to make sure that we feel comfortable progressing him into a certain amount of games, a certain amount of innings.
Maybin ruptured his biceps tendon on a diving catch over the weekend. He would have needed two to three months of recovery had he opted for surgery.
"Our doctors saw his diagnostics and talked to Cam and decided [recovery] will be healing and the rehab route before we get him back to activity," Byrnes said. "But the strong consensus was no surgery."
Manager Matt Williams told the paper that Ohlendorf experienced lower back spasms when he faced his first batter. He allowed two runs on three hits and one walk without retiring a batter in the sixth inning. He'll be re-evaluated in the morning on Friday.
"I'm watching him throw, and I just don't really know that he's ready to cut one loose yet," Yost said.
Infante has been able to complete throwing drills in the recent days and could see the field as early as Monday.
Feliz, who has been dealing with some mechanics issues, pitched one scoreless innings, needing only 16 pitches against the Padres on Thursday.
"The velocity will come," Washington said. "The key is that he throws the ball over the plate, uses his pitches and keeps his arm angle high."